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Windows 7: Solid State Drive Adoption Sees Explosive Growth

13 Aug 2011   #1
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Solid State Drive Adoption Sees Explosive Growth

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Businesses are adopting and deploying solid state storage for rapid access to transactional data, the cloud and virtual desktop infrastructures, according to a new survey.

Storage Strategies Now (SSG-Now), a specialist storage analysis and research organization, released the findings of a report and survey on solid state drives and high-speed memory. Titled Solid State Drives and High-Speed Memory: Adoption, Practice and Deployment, the report defines solid state storage, outlines its explosive growth and details how businesses are adopting and deploying solid state storage for rapid access to transactional data, the cloud and virtual desktop infrastructures.
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